First Nations and Native American Cookbook: Food from North American Tribes (Historical Cookbook) (Volume 1)

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Acorn cakes, bannock, milkweed soup and fried yucca petals are just a few of the dozens of recipes in this book. These are recipes collected from First Nations and Native American tribes across the North American continent. From Florida to Alaska and across the Canadian Provinces, this is one part cookbook, one part history lesson and one part cultural studies.

 

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Description

Acorn cakes, bannock, milkweed soup, sofkee, fried yucca petals and spicewood tea. This food was and for some still is, staples for indigenous peoples throughout North America. This book presents a small sample of recipes from tribes across the continent. Inuit, Apache, Choctaw, Cherokee, Yupik, Coquille, Odawa, Cheyenne, Oneida, Cree, Crow and Seminole are just some of the tribes represented in this book. From Alaska to Florida, across Canada, the southwest and the northeast these first nations truly lived off the land. Previous generations have kept this knowledge alive and passed it on to us.

Additional information

Author:

Tim Murphy

Series:

Historical Cookbook (Book 1)

Paperback:

68 Pages

Publisher:

CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform; 2 edition (October 19, 2016)

Language:

English

ISBN-10:

1539357856

ISBN-13:

978-1539357858

Product Dimensions:

5.2 x 0.2 x 8 inches

Shipping Weight:

4.6 ounces

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